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Rebroadcast: Reduce with David Beardsley of the UK & Africa http://reducetheuse.co.uk, and Reuse with Andrew Masters of France http://rootsproduction.com ...The host invites you to visit her site: http://brummet.ca ...& her daily blog: http://consciousdiscussions.blogspot.com
Have you ever wondered where high end construction found that beautiful reclaimed wood or stone? They were probably in the right place at the right time. Never fear D.I.Y 'ers....Plant Reuse is here.
Larry’s guest is Nathan Benjamin,CEO and Founder of Planet Reuse, within Kansas City-which is described by some as a dating service for used materials. Planet Reuse makes the connection between the people who have the materials and the individuals who want to buy them. The PLanet Reuse mission: to reduce deconstruction refuse from 30 to 40 percent by the year 2020.
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Welcome to "Talk w. the Green Guy"! I am your host Eric Moncrief. This show is dedicated to covering energy saving systems, environmental policies, recycling, clean energy and more!!
It’s a material world! Tune in tonight to hear how Sean Desmond of Bonded Logic takes your old blue jeans and makes insulation for homes and commercial buildings.
Next, Damon Carson of Repurposed Materials tells us how they reuse materials and give them a second life. Ever think about what happens to the vinyl from billboard signs? It could be the tarp that’s now covering your car or boat! You won’t believe what else this amazing company is doing in the recycle market.
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The Ebola Challenge: Bringing out the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Human Behaviour.
Actions and reactions about the outbreak of this virus around the world have been interesting, encouraging, overwhelming and sometimes shocking. Listen to Dr. Amara as she reveals the big lessons to take home.
Dr. Amara Anne Onujiogu has more than thirty years of professional experience in health care administration, including directing health care centers, nursing homes, home health agencies, and health and nursing educational programs. She also is an advocate for public health issues, international health, and family life education. Amara engages in finding solutions for problems facing families, especially those with roots in the developing world.
Amara founded a non-profit organization, Amaracares.org. Its mission is to harness the unnecessary wastes of the western world and reuse them for the benefit of starving human beings in the developing regions of the globe. She also has a consultancy that promotes better family life and creates awareness about the major triggers of family dysfunction.
Amara’s educational background is extensive and includes a Doctor of Education from Boston University; a Master’s in Public Health Administration from University of Massachusetts, Amherst; a Bachelor’s in Nursing from Boston University; and a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from Emmanuel College in Boston, MA.
Amara moved to USA from Nigeria in 1971 at a tender age of 23, at the end of the Nigerian Civil War. She and her family were held in a refugee camp for three years. Amara settled in Boston where she went to college, raised family, and worked. Follow Amara at www.amaracares.com.
The ReUse People of America, a nonprofit Environmental Corporation reduces the solid waste stream and changes the way the built environment is renewed by salvaging building materials and distributing them for reuse.
William Rhodes and Crystal Azul Barajas Barr join us to talk about SOMArts Cultural Center Presents, Visions at Twight: Dia de los Muertos 2014, Oct. 10-Nov. 8 www.somarts.org/visionsattwilight. William Rhodes is a sculptural furniture designer who studied at the Baltimore School for the Arts. He then earned a BA in Furniture Building and Design from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a Master's of Fine Arts from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Rhodes' work is in the collections of various galleries and museums. In addition, they are featured in several major publications. Visit http://williamrhodesart.com/ William is joined in the studio by artist and Oakland teacher Crystal Azul Barajas Barr. Her interest in the cyclical nature of all things has informed her creative practices, including her use and reuse of found, discarded, and biological materials. After a lengthy adventure learning ancestral survival skills, she earned a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University, with an emphasis on sculpture. Ras Kofi Kwayana joins us to talk about PermaKulture, natural living and the rhythms of life. He will be performing at Life is Living on Sat. Oct. 11, at Lil' Bobby Hutton Park in West Oakland and on Friday at the Black Panther Party Commemoration event The educator, veteran journalist and Manager of the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture says his life work is the re introduction of the principles and practices of Agriculture into the mainstream pop culture. https://www.facebook.com/pages/RAS-KOFI-THE-FARMER/ We open with Amikaeyla Gaston (7/26/14).
This week we're getting back to the basics! Sometimes 'new and improved' doesn't mean 'better than the old.' Examples like the current trend back to wood and charcoal for grilling, or using found and refurbished parts during construction indicate that we're all still willing to learn from the past. Instead of throwing things away and buying new, there is a second thought of "Can I reuse this?" Lets talk about how you've done this at home and where we see the trend taking DIY. Join us!
This is the last assignment for my EDU652:Instructional Design & Delivery Class. This episode is about Topics. The writer has learned that an instructional design and delivery topic is a learning object with a title and content (Horton, 2013). It is short enough to be specific to a single subject or answer a single question, but long enough to make sense on its own and be authored as a unit. A topic is the basic unit of authoring and of reuse (Horton, 2012). A document may contain one topic or multiple topics, and a document type may support authoring one or many kinds of topics (Horton, 2012). However, regardless of where they occur, all topics have the same basic structure and capabilities. Books, PDF files, Websites, and help sets, for example, can all be constructed from the same set of underlying topic content, although there may be some topics that can only be delivered one way(oasisopen.org, 2005).
I just want to thank Dr. Deb Moerland for being such an awesome instructor. Dr. Moerland you've been a real blessing. I hope we cross paths again!
My guest this Thursday, July 19th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is jewelry designer, author, editor, and educator Christine Dhein. Christine returns to the show to share tips for working more sustainably, plus we'll talk about her new Green Jewerly Handbook and her plans for traveling to research sustainable and Fairtrade jewelry making practices around the world!
About: Christine Dhein is the assistant director and an instructor at the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, in San Francisco, where she developed the curriculum for the first “green” jewelry class, a subject about which she has taught and lectured internationally. She is the author of numerous articles about environmentally friendly studio practices for jewelers, as well as founder and editor of Green Jewelry News. She has also produced two instructional DVDs on the ancient Korean technique, Keum-boo, which include information on how to recycle gold in a small-scale jewelry studio.
Christine’s jewelry has been exhibited throughout the the US, Europe, and Australia, and is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Craft. Her work can also been seen in numerous books and magazines including many of the Lark Books 500 Jewelry S“H eries, 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse,Jewlery from Found Objects, Art Jewelry Today 2, JCK Magazine, MJSA Journal, Metalsmith, and many more.”
For more information about Christine, visit christinedhein.com or http://greenjewelrynews.com.
Manager of Waste-Reduction Efforts, General Motors
John is manager of waste-reduction efforts at General Motors. In this role, he leads the company’s landfill-free initiative, which has resulted in 111 GM operations around the world that reuse, recycle, and convert to energy all waste from daily operations. John is an established expert in waste reduction and recycling, and frequently mentors other companies pursuing zero-waste goals.
John’s responsibilities also include directing the company’s design-for-the-environment program, implementing sustainable processes and technologies. He collaborates with suppliers, product and manufacturing engineers, and external stakeholder groups. Under John’s leadership, GM recycled or reused 84 percent of its manufacturing waste generated globally through various resource conservation efforts in 2013. Between 2000 and 2010, the company reduced non-recycled manufacturing waste by 73 percent.